U.S. v. Akil Kurji

Overview: 

Akil Kurji was charged with engaging in a conspiracy to suppress and eliminate competition by fixing and maintaining prices of customized promotional products, including wristbands, lanyards, buttons and temporary tattoos, sold in the United States and elsewhere, from at least as early as May 2014 and continuing until at least June 2016. 

For further information:

For questions about upcoming public hearings or victims’ rights, contact:
Catherine Chae
202-598-8935
Catherine.Chae@usdoj.gov

Information (November 01, 2018)

Case Open Date: 
Thursday, November 1, 2018
Case Name: 
United States v. Akil Kurji
Case Type: 
Criminal
Case Violation: 
Price Fixing - Horizontal
Market: 
Wrist Bands
Industry Code: 
Electronic Shopping and Mail-Order Houses
Component: 
Antitrust Division
Case Documents: 
Updated November 30, 2018